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Social Status of Individuals – Moroccan culture

Proximics: Evidence from Moroccan culture Part Two: 2-2-Social Status of Individuals Another equally important factor that affects distance and causes its variation is the social status of the interacting individuals: the fact that an individual , has a certain rank entitles him to be treated in a special way by his subordinates, his equals, and his superiors for choice of our verbal and non verbal channels of communication depends on the relation ship we have with our interlocutor in this regard Hudson says” mast particularly the power and solidarity manifested in that relation ship” (p: 24). 2-2-1. A Superior. A superior interlocutor is one with a higher social status than his addresses. A teacher is superior to his students or pupils, he can in turn […]